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Our experienced team of dentists is devoted to ensuring each patient receives the best in dental implant care and a pain-free experience every time.

Dr Ramez Salti Dentist Toronto

Dr. Ramez Salti


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Dr Matthew Chan Periodontist Near Downtown Toronto

Dr. Matthew Chan

Periodontist BSc, Masters Sc, Ph.D.

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Dr Fadi Swaida Dentist Toronto

Dr. Fadi Swaida


Dr. Swaida Bio

Dr Wesley Graham Dentist Toronto

Dr. Wesley Graham


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Dentist North York News

Advantages of dental implants over other tooth replacement options
Dental implants have become a popular tooth replacement option. But are they more effective than other tooth replacement options such as dentures? Well, the simple answer to this question is a resounding yes! Consider this – dental implants deliver results that will last you an entire lifetime. Along with their long-lasting results, they also deliver a whole host of other benefits such as the restoration of a natural smile, enhanced jawbone strength, and restored chewing function. So, if you’ve recently lost a tooth or had one removed, don’t go on for too long without replacing it. Get in touch with professionals to replace your tooth with an implant.
Poor dental hygiene could increase your risk of heart disease
A new study presented at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions suggests that good dental hygiene may be able to lower your risk of cardiovascular disease. Earlier studies found that periodontal diseases such as gum inflammation, infection, or damaged teeth may be linked to heart disease. The new research surveyed 682 people. It found that those who brushed less than twice a day or for lower than two minutes each time had three times greater risk of heart disease. The researchers say that it does not necessarily imply cause and effect. It may also mean that those who maintain their oral health are also likely to maintain other aspects of their health better. So, be more mindful of your dental hygiene, and don’t forget to book your appointments with your periodontist in Toronto regularly.